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Facebook users will be able to broadcast live iPhone video on their Timelines using an app from Ustream.
Twitter on Thursday laid out new, significantly stricter rules for third-party developers who aim to leverage the microblogging service's API.
Instagram on Thursday unveiled an overhauled version of its popular iOS app, one that lets users see their photographs arrayed on a map of where they were taken.
Apple's Podcasts app isn't a terrible app, but it's definitely in need of some work. Christopher Breen lays out what the company can do to improve the program.
Senior editor Tim Moynihan rounds up five popular apps for shooting, editing, and adding effects to video on your iPhone.
Don't look now, but summer's kind of winding down. Now's the time to go outside with your laptop or iOS device, and catch up on both the sun's rays and Macworld's biggest stories from the past week.
This iPhone app lets you create a temporary number you can use to place calls and send texts, just like you would with a regular phone number. Get more details at the TechHive Beta Blog.
This week’s roundup of new and updated iOS apps includes ways to track the presidential campaign, a peek inside the body, a better method for hailing a taxi, and the ability to draw really awesome dragons.
Mixel, the iPad app that allowed users to create and remix collages, will shut down next month. The company behind the app promises a new app, a sequel of sorts, is coming soon.
Google's Voice Search technology, which makes the company's Search app almost Siri-like in its intelligence, is making the leap from Android to iOS.
For those who are enthralled with the Curiosity rover, or just love gazing at the summer night sky, there are plenty of iOS apps that'll encourage and inform your inner astronomer.
Starbucks is investing $25 million in mobile payment venture Square, and will allow customers to use a Pay with Square smartphone application to buy coffee.
The slick little Fitbit Ultra is more than just a pedometer: It can track your mileage, calories burned, altitude, sleep patterns and has a full suite of fitness tools behind it.
Apple will not include a native YouTube client in iOS 6. Google will instead provide an app via the App Store.
Apple may be readying e-books for Latin America, Sharp may be setting up to deliver displays for a new iPhone, and piracy is going rampant all over the place.